Top 100 Badass Places in the World – Part 3
51. Sea Cliffs, Etretat, France
52. Devil’s Pool, Victoria Falls, Africa
53. Boston, Massachusetts
How on earth did cold ass Boston make it to the list? Well, it certainly isn’t the crazy nightlife or warm beaches (however, the music scene is pretty solid). But Boston does have over 60 colleges/universities close by. This includes Harvard and MIT. Roughly 250,000 students live here making it America’s youngest metropolitan area. And Boston is very liberal. So if you want a young, beautiful, smart, ambitious, modern, liberal woman you can bring home to your mom this is probably the place to find her. And ladies, if you are looking for someone more mature, don’t forget about those young college professors. Boston is also a great city for walking and biking.
54. San Francisco, California
Looking for a city that is even more liberal (and with better weather), but also full of young, smart individuals? San Francisco is your place. It has the most college-educated residents per square mile than any other city. The Bay Area is also home to the University of California – Berkeley and Stanford University. And don’t forget all those ambitious entrepreneurs living there. San Francisco is also one of the best cities for walking and biking. Yes, rent is insane, but besides that there are a ton of pros when it comes to living here.
55. Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia
56. Nishinomaru Garden, Japan
57. Bora Bora, French Polynesia
58. The Subway, Zion National Park, Utah
59. Infinite Pool, Hotel Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
60. Langkawi Sky Bridge, Malaysia
61. Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, Canada
62. The Great Wall of China
63. Machu Picchu, Peru
64. The Phi Phi Islands, Thailand
65. Las Vegas, Nevada
66. Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Where the extremely wealthy take their vacations.
67. Preacher’s Rock, Preikestolen, Norway
68. Mardan Palace, Turkey
69. San Alfonso del Mar, Chile
70. The Cambrian Hotel, Adelboden, Switzerland
71. Hotel Hacienda Na Xamena, Spain
72. Insano, Brazil
No longer the tallest water slide in the world (beat by a measly five feet), however, given that the other water slide gives you a raft to hold on to, I think this one is scarier.